by Thomas Thortvedt
Pack football concluded the spring season by splitting and drafting teams in the annual red versus white squad in the spring game, Friday, April 21, at the Neta and Eddie DeRose Thunderbowl.
The Cost of Freedom tribute, a four-day event that honors and remembers our uniformed sons and daughters who have served and are serving our country, is on display until Sunday, Oct. 3 on the campus grounds at CSU-Pueblo.
Kirk Farber, author of “Postcards From a Dead Girl,” was the first of eight authors to visit the CSU-Pueblo campus for the Southern Colorado reading series on Sept. 16, 2010. The reading series is now on its’ tenth year on campus.
The Black Student Organization of CSU-Pueblo gives students of all ethnicities the chance to learn about African-American history and culture and share information with the rest of the university and the community.
The Buell Communications Center on the CSU-Pueblo campus is also a new home for the mass communications department offices. Though the department has taught classes in the building for several years now, Jen Mullen, the department Chairwoman of mass communications, said the plan was made long ago.
CSU-Pueblo Provost Russ Meyer said he will not seek the office of the president, if Joe Garcia wins the Nov. 2 election for lieutenant governor, although he might reconsider if the CSU Board of Governors urge him to do it.